On the first day you come from Kathmandu or Bhaktapur by taxi or minibus to Sundarijal. From Sundarijal you walk uphill in about five hours. You come through the Shivapuri national park which resembles a real jungle. Through small villages, where the possibility of a break with a drink, where you have a fantastic view back down the valley from where you come. Upon arrival at Chisapani you see the Langtang Himalayan Range, Dhaulagiri, Ganesh Himal, etc. north of you.
On day two, you walk between villages and forests. North of your route you can see the beautiful Rim Valley. Make your way up in Nagarkot, located at 2775m altitude, at the foot of the Himalayas. This site can jemeestal enjoy fabulous sunrises and sunsets.
The third day we recommend that you get up early and do not miss the sunrise. The first sunrays put the tops on fire. The red glow illuminated the whole Himalayas gradually, starting with the Kancchenjunga and Everest in the Far East. After breakfast you walk towards Dhulikhel. After two hours through green forests, you enter an old village named Nala. After that you walk a lot (approx. 2h) of paved road to reach Dhulikhel.
The fourth and last day you leave in the morning to Namo Buddha. This walk takes approximately 3 hours to complete. You go first uphill to the Kali Temple, then downhill and you will pass the villages of Kavre and Phulbari. From here you can see a Tibetan monastery in the distance and Namo Buddha is nearby. There is not much known about this Namo Buddha stupa, but it is an important pilgrimage destination for Tibetan pilgrims. From Namo Buddha we take a jeep back to Dhulikhel and then a taxi or bus to Kathmandu or Bhaktapur as desired.